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Wallace Falls Trail

Gold Bar, WA

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Wallace Falls Trail is a 5 mile (6 if you go all the way up) out and back trail located near Gold Bar, Washington that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Big Four Ice Caves Trail
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21 Completed 21 Reviews

This was a super nice trail for an easy day of hiking. We climbed up on some cliffs by the waterfalls and drank some beers as we watched the clouds come in. Perfect!

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Bear Lake Trail
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27 Completed 15 Reviews

Nice and short, strait to the point. A lake. Even in November it was beautiful. Fallen trees, branches and leaves all over. It was a beautiful hike. Pack a lunch and have yourself a picnic, relax and enjoy the view. Took the dog as well. Definitely doing this again during the spring and summer.

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Lime Kiln
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15 Completed 6 Reviews

This trail was an easy one with view nice of the river along the way. My wife ( who has knee problems), our dog and I had no problem completing this trail.

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Lime Kiln
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4 Completed 1 Reviews

Nice hike. Little elevation gain over the over 3 miles to the loop. When hiked today there was a little snow at times but nothing worth even putting on extra traction even. Good hike for kids.

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Heather Lake Trail
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23 Completed 3 Reviews

Lots of water over trail, rained all morning. But was still a nice hike. One tree over trail but is only about 1.5 feet high. No snow.

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Lake 22 (Twenty-two) Trail
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7 Completed 2 Reviews

Great hike with plenty of sights along the waycand nice reward at the end. Definitely have to do this again in the summer.

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Ashland Lakes Trail
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8 Completed 1 Reviews

trail still good. some frozen spots. Lake is frozen, we didn't make it all the way around the lake because of some very loud strange sounds. Insane oversized wolf or... Sasquatch. Possible Moose stuck in the ice???any one ever heard this we had 3 people not wanting to check it out

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Cutthroat Lakes Trail
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12 Completed 1 Reviews

We did this hike mid November, it had really pretty scenery. Started out with heavier forest and then went into more open trails then meadows and even large rocks. The hike had tons of ice on it so I would absolutely recommend good boots. With all of the water that was frozen I would assume this probably gets pretty smelly and buggy in the summer. Overall we really liked the hike, really pretty and isolated. The roads and trail were all very well maintained. I would consider this a moderate hike, much of it was a pretty steep incline with flat breaks throughout. I think we will definitely come back!

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Mount Pilchuck Trail
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15 Completed 6 Reviews

Love this trail, great views and fun to hike. One down side this trail is very popular. Plan on seeing people and dogs (off leash) the entire hike. I would like to try again on a week day.

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Perry Creek Trail
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23 Completed 3 Reviews

Lots of water falls, great views, slippery over the rocks, couldn't get passed the Perry falls because there was to much water, wanted to get up to Mt Forgotten, have to try another day.

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